noun: the rate of change of something - increase or decrease - such as temperature or pressure
noun: a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension
noun: a change by degrees, increments, shades

• The silting up and dislocation of the heavy water-masses, which must breach their banks, because the formation and build-up of the refluent (upstream flowing) bio-magnetic products of noble matter that ur-fertilise the water, have been arrested through elimination of the form of motion that produces it. This is how the hitherto inexplicable steadiness in draining water-masses down a variable gradient was lost.[20] [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Cadaverine Poison in Ray-Form - Ptomaine Radiation]

With implosions a molecular ordering takes places in a radial->axial direction and therefore a suctional effect takes place in the axis, where the most vigorous decrease in heat and pressure occurs. This attracts, indraws, concentrates and binds (emulsifies) the oxygen, which gives rise to diamagnetism. This is precisely the opposite of the atomic pressural force, generally known as electricity. With implosion, detonationless retro-suctional effects occur in the core zone, which promote a higher grade emulsive process, namely the binding of the oxygen, which becomes increasingly passive the closer it is to the center of flow. This results in the collapse of the peripheral masses, the release of the through-flowing substance from the walls, and thereby to an almost frictionless increase in the velocity of the self-inwinding through-flowing material, which accelerates by the square of the velocity of a falling heat gradient. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Explosion and Implosion - Expansion and Impansion]

In order to counter these opposing views practically, test pipes 64 metres long with an internal diameter of 27.5 cm (11 inches) were fabricated. At a gradient of 1%, ore and pebbles with a grain-size of about 10 cm (4 inches) in cross-section were transported down the pipe. The experiments were carried out at Kohlleben. The steeper the geological gradient was, the more efficacious the transport. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Transport of Ore in Double-Spiral-Flow Pipes]

This pipe should be laid to a particular gradient and oriented in certain direction[13]. It should then be charged with water - the best kind being sea-water thoroughly irradiated by the Sun - to which coal dust, carbonic acid and other things have been added. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Liquefaction of Coal by Means of Cold Flows]

See Also

coupled potential gradient
development-disturbing rising temperature gradient
development-fostering falling temperature gradient
dynagen gradient
geological gradient
gradient wave
phase conjugate gradient wave
phase locked gradient
potential gradient
pressure-gradient force
temperature gradient

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